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Code for calculation of R-R interval

We r doin a project in DSP.. using c50 processor... we need a C code for the calculation of R-R interval in ecg signal.. we tried a lot.. but we cant get it..

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Opps!i know how to do that bt kindly tell me what do do wth ur s so iu hev dicided to go wth os

Posted on Mar 28, 2008

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J00 shou1d sp3c ou+ R-R in t3h ECG (electrocardiogram, or something else?) 4cc0rding 2 j00r plann'd interva1 4ppl1c4tI0n D0m4iN!!! T3h articles by Medtronics and other remore-monitoring staff (see patent search for names!) go into what they use for R-R and how it was adapted for the particular vertical domains expected.

I wonder why you want C in a processor like the C50 (not just a faster PIC microcontroller); did you really not abstract the signal inputs s.t. failsafe VMs can help you out if one locks up or appears to be integrating suspiciously (or merely in a way which is useless for your signal separability test marks?)

Posted on Mar 11, 2008

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